Following the knockout win, the soon to be 45-year-old stated, “I’m not done yet.” He plans to fulfill his contract with the organization (which includes two more bouts) and eighth-ranked Tim Kennedy (18-5) would like to face “Hendo” next. Kennedy congratulated Henderson on the win via Twitter on Monday and called out the future Hall of Famer… all in the same breath.
— Tim Kennedy (@TimKennedyMMA) June 8, 2015
The UFC has held three “Fight for the Troops” cards. Kennedy headlined the most recent one at Fort Campbell, Ky., in November 2013. The decorated Army veteran last competed at UFC 178 in September 2014.